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Effect Of Slowing Economy On Real Estate

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Effect of the slowing economy on Real Estate sector Nilisha Parikh Proposed guide(s): To be identified 31 December 2012 Background and need for the study "India is projected to grow at 5.9 per cent in 2012-13 compared with 6.5 per cent in 2011-12," The UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) said in the report titled 'South and South-West Asia Development Report 2012-13. Recession is often ...view middle of the document...

Since people have no jobs, they have problems paying the mortgage and also the interest rates increases because of inflation. Inflation also causes people to reduce spending, which lead to low sales. So, the real estate investments will be affected heavily. Hence this study will be carried out to find out the effect on the demand and supply, developer’s strategy to sell the accumulated inventory, etc. Aims (OR research questions) and objectives To study the effect of slowing economy on the Real Estate sector. Methodology • • • • • • • Finding paramaters, which affect real estate sector. Taking case studies of other slowing economies due to the global crisis. Studying the past trends. Studying the present scenario by preparing a questionnaire and survey the people wanting to invest in the real estate. Studying the market and developer’s strategy, their target customers. Finding the demand and supply Forecast the future trends

Expected outcomes The study shall conclude on the overall effect on the real estate sector with respect to pricing, demand-supply, etc. and forecasting the future trends of the market.

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